Popular calendar title | Enjoy The Old Farmers Almanac every day of the year | Printed on high-quality paper | Features easy tear-off daily pages
What is hardtack? How long does it take the Sun to orbit the center of the Milky Way galaxy? Find the answers in this cleverly illustrated calendar created by The Old Farmers Almanac. Small but impactful, this desk calendar is perfect to brighten up even the smallest of spaces offering a pop of personality and quick monthly reference. Fresh, fun, and exceptionally stylish, this calendar features a built-in easel and is perfect for display on even the most space-challenged desktop, table, or bookshelf. Challenge yourself throughout the year or give this calendar as a gift to a friend.
Each calendar page offers fun facts, folklore, tips, quotes, proverbs, or puzzles to make every day useful with a pleasant degree of humor Covers 12 months from January December with tear-away pages for each weekday and one page for the weekend Calendar features 313 images including Lightning McQueen, Dory, Buzz Lightyear, and more Stands on a durable, pop-up easel for display. Place on your desk at home or the office to keep track of the date. Printed on a matte paper stock and comes packaged securely in a box. 4 3/8" x 5" page size.
- Popular calendar title!
- Enjoy The Old Farmers Almanac every day of the year
- Printed on high-quality paper
- Features easy tear-off daily pages
- Comes with easel backing for display
- Includes all major and significant holidays
- Give as a gift for any occasion
- Stay organized and on track all year
- Perfect for the desk or table top
- Available in multiple formats
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ACCO Brands Corporation has been one of the worlds largest suppliers of business, consumer and academic products for more than a century. The company boasts a proud history of industry leadership, innovation and focus on delivering exceptional value for customers and consumers by providing unique, leading-edge office products. ACCO Brands Corporations roots stretch back to the founding of Wilson Jones in 1893, the American Clip Company (ACCO) in 1903 and the Swingline Company in 1925. Together these companies helped revolutionize the ways in which we record, store and organize information through the creation of products like the ring binder, the paper clip and the widespread popularization of staplers. In the mid-1920s, ACCO became an international presence when it opened offices in Canada and England, and it eventually acquired popular European office products brands such as Rexel®, a leading supplier of office products such as paper shredders, staplers, hole punches and laminators, and NOBO®, one of the worlds largest suppliers of office products, including white boards and easels. Later, it established itself in Australia and New Zealand with the addition of the Marbig® line of products, offering consumers a wide range of products with everything they need to work efficiently at home, work, school and on-the-go.
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Since 1792, The Old Farmers Almanac has spoken to all walks of life: planting charts for those who grow their own food; recipes for those who live in the kitchen; Moon and sunrise times for those who watch the skies; and forecasts for those who dont like the question of weather left up in the air.